How Movement Works 2024: 15 – 19 July
Dance Summer School 2024: 29 July – 9 August
Thanks to the generous support of Evangeline Dobson Douglas’s family and Victoria Worsfold Griffiths’s family we are often able to offer bursaries to cover the full or partial cost for Dance Summer School and How Movement Works.
The bursaries for 2024 are yet to be confirmed but you can find out more information below.
The bursaries cannot be used for accommodation or travel costs.
Award application criteria
Trinity Laban can award the bursaries to dance teachers or practicing artists to attend Dance Summer School or How Movement Works.
The successful applicants for the bursary places will, in the opinion of the awarding panel, meet the following criteria:
- be a practicing artist or working / training as a dance teacher in UK schools, youth or community settings
- demonstrate an interest in and commitment to contemporary dance practice
- provide a statement of financial need
- provide a strong and coherent rationale as to how attendance at the Trinity Laban Dance Summer School or How Movement Works would further their professional development.
The successful applicants will be required to provide a short report by 1 September following completion of the intensive, explaining how attendance at Dance Summer School or How Movement Works has supported their professional development.
Successful applicants of the bursaries will also attend a lunch with the benefactor of the bursaries during the Summer School course.
Further information on how to apply will be shared at a later date.
Please get in touch if you have any questions in the meantime: firstname.lastname@example.org